Closest Airport to Athens, Airports Near Athens, Greece

The closest airport to Athens is Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport (ATH). Distance from Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport to Athens is 12.17 miles / 19.59 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Athens

  1. Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport (19.59 Km)
  2. Syros Island Airport (124.26 Km)
  3. Skiros Airport (127.73 Km)
  4. Skiathos Airport (134.12 Km)
  5. Sparta Airport (154.54 Km)
  6. Mikonos Airport (154.92 Km)
  7. Milos Airport (157.63 Km)
  8. Nea Anchialos Airport (159.63 Km)
  9. Paros Airport (164.15 Km)
  10. Naxos Airport (175.95 Km)
  11. Kalamata Airport (181.5 Km)
  12. Kithira Airport (200.31 Km)
  13. Araxos Airport (202.53 Km)
  14. Andravida Airport (213.76 Km)
  15. Chios Airport (214.55 Km)
  16. Agrinion Airport (218.62 Km)
  17. Larisa Airport (221.51 Km)
  18. Ikaria Airport (232.31 Km)
  19. Thira Airport (234.68 Km)
  20. Zakinthos Airport (251.07 Km)

List of Airports close to Athens

Athens Hellinikon Airport (HEW)

Athens Hellinikon Airport is located approximately 6.21 miles / 10 kilometers South (S) of central Athens. IATA airport code is HEW.

Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport (ATH)

Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport is located approximately 11.81 miles / 19 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Athens. IATA airport code is ATH.

Spetsai Island Airport (JSS)

Spetsai Island Airport is located approximately 50.95 miles / 82 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Athens. IATA airport code is JSS.

Alexion Airport (PKH)

Alexion Airport is located approximately 56.54 miles / 91 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Athens. IATA airport code is PKH.

Syros Island Airport (JSY)

Syros Island Airport is located approximately 77.05 miles / 124 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Athens. IATA airport code is JSY.

Skiros Airport (SKU)

Skiros Airport is located approximately 78.91 miles / 127 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Athens. IATA airport code is SKU.

Skiathos Airport (JSI)

Skiathos Airport is located approximately 83.26 miles / 134 kilometers North (N) of central Athens. IATA airport code is JSI.

Sparta Airport (SPJ)

Sparta Airport is located approximately 95.69 miles / 154 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Athens. IATA airport code is SPJ.

Mikonos Airport (JMK)

Mikonos Airport is located approximately 95.69 miles / 154 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Athens. IATA airport code is JMK.

Milos Airport (MLO)

Milos Airport is located approximately 97.56 miles / 157 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Athens. IATA airport code is MLO.

Nea Anchialos Airport (VOL)

Nea Anchialos Airport is located approximately 98.8 miles / 159 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Athens. IATA airport code is VOL.

Paros Airport (PAS)

Paros Airport is located approximately 101.9 miles / 164 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Athens. IATA airport code is PAS.

Naxos Airport (JNX)

Naxos Airport is located approximately 108.74 miles / 175 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Athens. IATA airport code is JNX.

Kalamata Airport (KLX)

Kalamata Airport is located approximately 112.47 miles / 181 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Athens. IATA airport code is KLX.

Kithira Airport (KIT)

Kithira Airport is located approximately 124.27 miles / 200 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Athens. IATA airport code is KIT.

Araxos Airport (GPA)

Araxos Airport is located approximately 125.52 miles / 202 kilometers West (W) of central Athens. IATA airport code is GPA.

Andravida Airport (PYR)

Andravida Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers West (W) of central Athens. IATA airport code is PYR.

Chios Airport (JKH)

Chios Airport is located approximately 132.97 miles / 214 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Athens. IATA airport code is JKH.

Agrinion Airport (AGQ)

Agrinion Airport is located approximately 135.46 miles / 218 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Athens. IATA airport code is AGQ.

Larisa Airport (LRA)

Larisa Airport is located approximately 137.32 miles / 221 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Athens. IATA airport code is LRA.